Perceived Risk of Cancer and Patient Reports of Participation in Decisions About Screening: The DECISIONS Study
Dillard, Amanda J
Couper, Mick P
Zikmund-Fisher, Brian J
Medical decision making : an international journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making 2010 Sep-Oct; 30(5 Suppl): 96S-105S
Health behavior theories suggest that high perceived risk for cancer will be associated with screening, but few studies have examined how perceived risk relates to the screening decision process.
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